Roger Goodell opens door for Las Vegas Super Bowl return
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has opened the door for a Super Bowl return to Las Vegas.
Vegas' Allegiant Stadium hosted its first Super Bowl as 61,629 spectators filed into the four-year-old stadium on Sunday. Vegas held week-long events and has become familiar with big showcases.
F1 and NBA have successfully hosted showcase events in recent months. Goodell said to the media today, "The NFL looks forward to coming back."
The NFL has already announced its host cities for the next three Super Bowls.
They will occur at New Orleans' Caesars Superdome: Santa Clara's Levi's Stadium and LA's SoFi Stadium.
Therefore, the earliest the NFL could return to Las Vegas is 2028. But with Las Vegas now one of the biggest sports cities in the world, it will undoubtedly host more Super Bowls.
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